Drake's legacy continues with amazing honors, on May 23
Drake's reign in the music business isn't over. The Canadian megastar is about to hit another milestone as Billboard announces that the 6 God will receive Artist of the Decade Honors at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards.
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Drizzy has dominated the Billboard charts throughout the decade. He currently holds 27 BBMAs under his belt as well as the most Top 10s with 45 entries and the most entries on the elusive charts with 232 entries.
On top of that, the OVO honcho also scored his 8th number one hit in March with “What's Next” from his EP Scary Hours. He also became the first artist to debut three songs at the Top 3 with tracks from the EP.
Among who are included at the Top 10 artists of 2010s list include Post Malone, Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Rhianna, and more.
The broadcast will go live at 8 p.m. May 23 on NBC. The broadcast will take place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Make sure you save the date and tune in on that Sunday.